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Unofficial Results

General Election November 8, 2016

Results last updated:11/9/2016 7:55 AM CT
69.62%
69.62%

Ballots Cast378,995
Registered Voters544,393

100%
100%

Partially0
Fully707
Total707

Turner County Results
Turner County Results

Presidential Electors

Precincts Fully: 707 / 707
|
Partially: 0 / 707

Donald J. Trump

Republican

2,937


Gary Johnson

Libertarian

216


Hillary Clinton

Democratic

961


Darrell L. Castle

Constitution

36


total votes

4,150

United States Senator

Precincts Fully: 707 / 707
|
Partially: 0 / 707

John R. Thune

Republican

3,289


Jay Williams

Democratic

871


total votes

4,160

United States Representative

Precincts Fully: 707 / 707
|
Partially: 0 / 707

Kristi Noem

Republican

2,959


Paula Hawks

Democratic

1,219


total votes

4,178

Public Utilities Commissioner

Precincts Fully: 707 / 707
|
Partially: 0 / 707

Chris Nelson

Republican

3,382


Henry Red Cloud

Democratic

678


total votes

4,060

State Senator - District 17

Precincts Fully: 19 / 19
|
Partially: 0 / 19

Arthur Rusch

Republican

2,079


Shane Merrill

Democratic

1,974


total votes

4,053

State Representative - District 17

Precincts Fully: 19 / 19
|
Partially: 0 / 19

Debbie Pease

Republican

2,181


Nancy Rasmussen

Republican

2,687


Mark Winegar

Democratic

953


Ray Ring

Democratic

1,325


total votes

7,146

County Commissioner - Turner - Turner-2

Precincts Fully: 1 / 1
|
Partially: 0 / 1

Lyle Van Hove

Republican

458


Mike Schaffer

Democratic

418


total votes

876

Constitutional Amendment R: An Amendment to the South Dakota Constitution regarding postsecondary technical education institutes.

Precincts Fully: 707 / 707
|
Partially: 0 / 707

Yes

1,851


No

2,152


total votes

4,003

Constitutional Amendment S: An initiated amendment to the South Dakota Constitution to expand rights for crime victims

Precincts Fully: 707 / 707
|
Partially: 0 / 707

Yes

2,407


No

1,671


total votes

4,078

Constitutional Amendment T: An initiated amendment to the South Dakota Constitution to provide for state legislative redistricting by a commission

Precincts Fully: 707 / 707
|
Partially: 0 / 707

Yes

1,509


No

2,443


total votes

3,952

Constitutional Amendment U: An initiated amendment to the South Dakota Constitution limiting the ability to set statutory interest rates for loans

Precincts Fully: 707 / 707
|
Partially: 0 / 707

Yes

1,390


No

2,640


total votes

4,030

Constitutional Amendment V: An initiated amendment to the South Dakota Constitution establishing nonpartisan elections

Precincts Fully: 707 / 707
|
Partially: 0 / 707

Yes

1,668


No

2,348


total votes

4,016

Initiated Measure 21: An initiated measure to set a maximum finance charge for certain licensed money lenders

Precincts Fully: 707 / 707
|
Partially: 0 / 707

Yes

3,027


No

1,026


total votes

4,053

Initiated Measure 22: An initiated measure to revise State campaign finance and lobbying laws, create a publicly funded campaign finance program, create an ethics commission, and appropriate funds

Precincts Fully: 707 / 707
|
Partially: 0 / 707

Yes

1,918


No

2,046


total votes

3,964

Initiated Measure 23: An initiated measure to give certain organizations the right to charge fees

Precincts Fully: 707 / 707
|
Partially: 0 / 707

Yes

678


No

3,295


total votes

3,973

Referred Law 19: An Act to revise State laws regarding elections and election petitions

Precincts Fully: 707 / 707
|
Partially: 0 / 707

Yes

1,017


No

2,858


total votes

3,875

Referred Law 20: An Act lowering the State minimum wage for non-tipped employees under age 18

Precincts Fully: 707 / 707
|
Partially: 0 / 707

Yes

1,317


No

2,741


total votes

4,058